If you use Windows OS or Microsoft Apps, you should be using Microsoft Exchange
June 11, 2022

If you use Windows OS or Microsoft Apps, you should be using Microsoft Exchange

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Exchange

We use Microsoft Exchange to manage emails across our organization. It does a great job in integrating with other Microsoft Office and other Microsoft applications like Teams.
  • Synchronize with a lot of different applications
  • Good interface
  • The options to customize rules are good
  • Easy to use
  • Better searching functionality
  • Better filing capability
  • Better ways to identify phishing emails
  • Managing emails and calendar
  • Being able to sync with our document management system and other applications
  • Being able to search through emails
  • Helps manage communication around the firm and with clients
  • Helps organize our firm
Given all businesses I have worked for used Windows OS and Microsoft applications, it makes sense to stick with Microsoft Exchange. It's a given that if you use Microsoft applications you should use Microsoft Exchange.

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Microsoft Exchange seems to be the standard in businesses. I think it's useful that the majority of other businesses also use Microsoft Exchange. It makes sense to use Microsoft Exchange if the company uses a Windows OS and Microsoft Office applications. It may not be suitable for businesses that don't use Microsoft applications and may use Mac OS more.

Microsoft Exchange Feature Ratings

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